Imdad Ali Imam Ali Kazi
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|Imdad Ali Imam Ali Kazi|
I. I. Kazi
18 April 1886|
Village Paat (now Dadu District), Bombay Presidency, British India
|Died||13 April 1968
Hyderabad, Pakistan (buried at Jamshoro)
(m. 1910 – wid. 1967) her death
Imdad Ali Imam Ali Kazi (Sindhi: علامه آء آء قاضي) (b. 1886 – d.1968), also known as Imdad Ali Kazi, the son of Kazi Imam Ali Ansari, was a scholar, philosopher, jurist, and educationist. He is considered to be a founding father of the University of Sindh at its present location at Jamshoro. He published works of Sindhi art, literature, mysticism, education and history. Along with his wife Elsa, he wrote a book on comparative religion, The Adventures of the Brown Girl in her Search for God, which was published by Arthur H Stockwell Ltd., England, in 1933. They also worked on a translation of the verses of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai.
Education and early life
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